WASHINGTON – Since the advent of the billboard campaign on Barack Obama’s constitutional eligibility debuted three weeks ago, hundreds have requested mini-billboards that can be displayed as yard signs.
You asked for it, you got it.
Now the “birth certificate” yard signs are available – along with several other choices, allowing you to make your own statement to your neighbors and passersby.
The billboard campaign has taken the nation by storm since it was launched last month by Joseph Farah, editor and chief executive officer of WND. He said only public awareness about Obama’s refusal to produce a long-form birth certificate would put to rest lingering questions and dozens of lawsuits over his constitutional eligibility to serve as president.
About $75,000 has been raised and billboards are going up around the country. The latest on the Santa Ana Freeway in the City of Commerce, just outside of Los Angeles.
Like the billboard campaign, the yard signs and magnetic bumper stickers ask a simple question: “Where’s the birth certificate?”
“Where’s the Birth Certificate?” billboard near the Santa Ana Freeway in Los Angeles
The Constitution, Article 2, Section 1, states, “No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President.” Obama was never asked by any controlling legal authority to produce a birth certificate that would establish conclusively he was born in Hawaii. The “certification of live birth” he released to select news organizations and posted on his campaign website was a document sometimes issued to those born outside the country. It does not include a hospital name or provide any information about witnesses such as attending physicians.
Where’s the proof Barack Obama was born in the U.S. or that he fulfills the “natural-born American” clause in the Constitution? If you still want to see it, join more than 380,000 others and sign up now!
Complicating the issue are Obama’s move to Indonesia as a child, where he reportedly attended that nation’s public schools, and his later travels to Pakistan, raising questions about on what nation’s passport was that travel accomplished. Then there are the multiple law firms hired to make certain Obama’s long-form birth certificate information, and other documentation such as college records, remain sealed from public view.
The billboard campaign followed one launched months earlier to collect the names on an electronic petition demanding accountability and transparency on the issue. So far, that petition has gathered nearly 400,000 names.
Both the petition and the billboard campaign are part of what Farah calls an independent “truth and transparency campaign.”
Farah said the campaign was born of frustration with timid elected officials in Washington, corrupt judges around the country and a news media that show a stunning lack of curiosity about the most basic facts of Obama’s background – especially how it relates to constitutional eligibility for the highest office in the land.
“As Obama transforms this country from self-governing constitutional republic to one governed by a central ruling elite, the simple fact remains that no controlling legal authority has established that he is indeed a ‘natural born citizen’ as the Constitution requires,” Farah said. “Obama’s promises of transparency have become a bad joke as he continues to hide simple, innocuous documents like his birth certificate and his student records.”
Now there are options for participating in the eligibility campaign:
- Sign the petition
- Make a donation to the billboard campaign
- Get your magnetic bumper sticker
- Purchase your own “Where’s the birth certificate?” yard sign